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I am building a 3 engine jet, I have engine 1, 2 and 3 engine starters working, now I require engine shut off switches can you tell me which off sets to use I have tried 3590, 3594 3598

but I can't get them to work, I assume I am not giving them the correct offset values for incorrect release values 

I am very new to FSUIPC so please take it from the start

thanks Paul

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2 hours ago, shadow paul said:

I am building a 3 engine jet, I have engine 1, 2 and 3 engine starters working, now I require engine shut off switches can you tell me which off sets to use I have tried 3590, 3594 3598

They are fuel valve states. The Engine Idle/Cutoff fror jets is the mixture control -- full lean for "cutoff", full rich for "idle". That's what the idle/cutoff levers on the throttle quadrant do. The fuel valves normally operate automatically as a result of enabling the fuel flow in this way.

Best to just assign your idle/cutoff levers or switches to those mixture controls.  If you need to use offsets then they are 0890, 0928, 09C0, all 16-bit words. Use 0 for cutoff, 16363 for idle.

Pete

 

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